The Engadget website is a multilingual technology blog network with daily coverage of gadgets and consumer electronics. Engadget operates a total of ten blogs—four written in English and six international versions with independent editorial staff. The website launched in March 2004 and with his main editor Dana Wollman. However, the Engadget provides no option for an Engadget Dark Mode. But with the free and most popular Turn Off the Lights browser extension you can get this option on all websites.

Engadget Dark Mode enabled with the free Turn Off the Lights browser extension using the Night Mode feature
Engadget Dark Mode enabled with the free Turn Off the Lights browser extension using the Night Mode feature

Activate Engadget Dark Mode with the free browser extension

For regular desktop internet users, you can get also this Engadget Night Mode version on your favorite web browser. That with the Night Mode option in the Turn Off the Lights Browser extension. Follow the steps here below on how to enable this free solution in your web browser:

  1. Download the Turn Off the Lights browser extension
  2. Click right on the gray lamp button and select Options in the menu item
  3. The Turn Off the Lights Options page shows up and select the tab Night Mode
  4. And enable here the Night switch or the long-press feature to activate the night mode on the current web page

In addition, you can customize the website background, text, and hyperlink colors. So you can make it personal to your night theme style.


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